Your situation requires more facts and to determine what you can due without getting into serious legal problems, you must retain an experienced patent law attorney. With modern technology, you can be represented by any high-quality attorney in New Jersey irrespective of geography.
I’m a health insurance broker in NJ. My General Agent has without my consent advised the health insurance carrier to alter the expiration date on our contract. The carrier is now holding my commissions and won’t release them as agreed in our contract. Can someone please advise?
More facts and an examination of all relevant contracts is going to be needed in order to make a determination if you have a viable cause of action or not. But, from these facts (without knowing any more) it appears as if you might. With modern technology, you can be represented by any high-quality...Read more »
Tickets don't just go away and eventually if you don't pay them they turn into a warrant or a suspension of your drivers license or both. You can pay the warrant any time at any NJ police station, BUT if you want to pay it at the court you have to wait to do this during the weekday. The...Read more »
I’ve been in contact with the state probation department about twice a month and he’s failed to give accurate employment and resident/contact information. He also didn’t come to our first hearing about enforcement via telephone but apparently
Nothing can really be done with Covid to... Read more »
You need to retain an experienced matrimonial attorney to represent your interests. Just because your ex-may file a motion does not mean that he will get what he is seeking. With modern technology, you can be represented by any high-quality attorney in New Jersey irrespective of geography.
The are more steps that have to be followed. Representing yourself in a divorce is unwise. You really need to retain an experienced matrimonial attorney. You are not only emotionally involved, you do not know the Court rules or proper procedures. Trying to save some money can often result in costly...Read more »
Realistically any attorney would need more facts and to review the purchase contract and any other related documents. Significantly more facts would be required. Using modern technology, geographic factors in obtaining an attorney are no longer relevant. You need an experienced civil litigation...Read more »
A motion could be made, but you cannot force someone to communicate with you or your son, if they really do not want to. Talking Parents is free on any browser but a Standard ($5.99 a month) or Premium ($19.99 a month) account is necessary to access the mobile app on iPhone or Android. Tips: It...Read more »
You need to sit down with a divorce lawyer before you do anything. Its impossible and irresponsible for any lawyer to give you advice in this setting without having a consultation to get a better understanding of your current setting.
If you filed an application with the court for relief and now you want to dismiss/withdraw your application, you need to let the judge handling the issue know immediately so that they can remove it from the calendar. If you filed an application and your ex filed a cross-application, then even if...Read more »
I had a family member Break into my home and steel stuff I called the police but know I don’t want the police to further investigate But I am scared of police Retaliation because I’ve had bad experiences
You can't drop a police investigation, what you can do is tell them its a mistake if it was, but if they find that you are or did lie to a law enforcement officer you can get in trouble. I suggest that you setup a consultation with an experienced criminal lawyer to determine your best options...Read more »
My sister is completing 21yrs old by the end of august, she is living in the USA on a expired B2 visa. Recently she found out that she could be eligible for the SIJS since she meets the criteria. The lawyer she talked to was asking for $7k to represent her, i thought that was a high price, i know... Read more »
The issue is purely an immigration claim and needs to be answered by an immigration law specialist. Our firm specializes in divorce and family law issues and while there is an overlap between immigration issues and family law, in this setting, it is best to address your concerns over costs and...Read more »
I have been separated (not legally separated) for one year and 2 months with my current wife. We have been married for 2 plus years. If I buy a home with my own savings that I had before getting married can she take half when we divorce?
I seperated from him oct 2020 because I found texts between him and a family member telling them to get the permanent green card and leave me. Divorce finalized with agreement that I have sole legal and physical custody. No child support. He sees his child once a month. Now he’s waiting for... Read more »
He will not get permanent residency if you do not attend the interview with him. If you want to make sure he doesn't get the permanent residency, send in your divorce decree to the field office where the I-485 is being handled and where the interview is to take place. Best wishes!
Help when he’s on school break, won’t communicate because “the new girlfriend doesn’t like it”, won’t check on the child’s well being, and the child comes home very hungry and once with a deep scratch on the pelvic area. the mothers boyfriend/father to mothers other child takes off... Read more »
This is a trick question. Your ex pays 90.00 per week in child support voluntarily but has little to no involvement in your child's life. Your current boyfriend is caring and involved in your child's life and wants to continue to be involved. Your ex is not stopping your boyfriend from...Read more »
Your agreement called for you to pay the first 250.00 of unreimbursed healthcare costs per year for your son (which includes prescription drugs, doctor co-pays, dentist appointments, etc - not 250 per item per year). You and your ex agree to share the cost of the ortho treatment, and he starts off...Read more »
Its not that simple. The best advice I can give you is to have a consultation with a family law specialist to review the amount of child support arrears outstanding ( get a printout from your account) and the details of your ex's ownership interest in the income-producing property and have the...Read more »
You can file a new change application through the court system by going to the court system website and formally filing an application for a name change (requires the filing of a complaint, publication, notice requirement, etc ) or you can go through the social security administration system for a...Read more »
It's not very complicated to have your name legally changed. You can do it yourself as a self-represented litigant without a having to hire a lawyer. Just be careful and follow the instructions at: https://www.njcourts.gov/forms/10551_namechg_adult.pdf?c=ojW
Can I ask tenant to leave without filing for eviction? I already filed once so she could qualify for Covid relief. Also, lease states no pets allowed and neighbor said she has 3-4 dogs there. Also, neighbor said boyfriend is there often, probably living there. Boyfriend is not apart of the lease.... Read more »
You don't have to worry about doing small probate because she died with the will, just have executor file the will with the local county probate office. Luckily when you die having a will the probate process is much easier, even a simpler procedure than with "small probate". Using...Read more »
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